Toyota Mirai: Exterior and interior design

Toyota has used a new technique in creating Mirai’s frontal design, emphasising the left and right side grilles through which air is drawn to supply oxygen and to cool the FC system. This new look emphasises the car’s individuality.

The elegant side profile evokes the lines of a flowing water droplet, capturing the way the car draws in air and emits water. The roof side rails and the bonnet are styled to look as though they pop out of the body, giving the impression of a low-to-the-ground, futuristic vehicle.

The rear profile has a trapezoidal shape that extends from the licence plate surround to the bottom corners of the bumper and out towards the wheels. The top of the bumper express width and a stable stance, while also giving an agile, clean impression of air passing through and underneath the bumper.

The headlights exhibit high-tech luxury and sophistication with a novel, ultra-thin profile and an in-line arrangement of four LED lights, together with visible heat sinks and other optical elements. The front turn signals and clearance lights are separate from the headlights, contributing to the slim profile, while merging with the side grilles. This creates an advanced, clean, aerodynamic design that helps improve airflow over the car.

Mirai runs on 17-inch aluminium wheels which have been made lighter by the use of an engraving process. Six body colours will be available.


Toyota Mirai’s sophisticated cabin space features soft padding on door trims and other interior surfaces, and a high-luminance silver finish throughout.

The front seats use an integrated cover/seat foaming process to provide better body fit and hold. Eight-way power adjustment allows the ideal seating position to be set and both driver and front passenger seats have a motorised lumbar support.

The central meter cluster on the top of the instrument panel features a speedometer and a multi-information display presented on a high-definition 4.2-inch liquid crystal TFT screen. The driver can change the display using controls on the steering wheel.

Seat heater switches and other functions are operated using electrostatic controls that need just a light touch on the flat air conditioning control panel.

Features that help make life on board comfortable come as standard, such as a heated steering wheel; seat heaters with two temperature settings, providing instant warmth while using less power; and fully automatic air conditioning with independent left and right temperature control, eco mode operation and Nanoe air purification technology.

Customers can choose from three interior colour choices, including Warm White.

Thanks to the design and packaging of the fuel cell system battery, there is ample space in the boot.

Click the following links to find out more about the Toyota Mirai.
Toyota Mirai fuel cell car: technical specs and release date
Toyota Mirai: Environmental performance and convenience
Toyota Mirai: Designed and equipped for safety
Toyota Mirai: Handling stability and outstanding quietness
Toyota Mirai technical specifications vs FCHV-adv

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One comment

  1. Excellent! Thank you for a fuel cell car! Every car truck, bus, plane, train, boat, power plant, should run on hydrogen and the nuclear plants can be used to produce it. Then the world would truly be cleaner!

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